At B&L Plumbing, we’re one of the area’s premier commercial plumbing contractors and we’ve proudly served the Colorado Springs business community since 1999. We’re a veteran-owned business that stands behind our work and supports the community in which we work. Call us when you need commercial plumbing repair or if you have a new plumbing job.
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New Construction? Call Us When You Need Plumbing!
One of the first steps you need to take when planning a new commercial project is deciding on the plumbing. With countless codes and inspections to deal with, it can be a nightmare getting the job done right the first time. When we come onto the job, our expert technicians ensure that the plumbing is done up to code the first time so your building project remains on schedule. We have a track record of successful commercial plumbing jobs and we’re ready to help you with your industrial plumbing project.
Common Commercial Plumbing Problems
If you’re running a business, or have a building occupied by many people, there is no such thing as a small plumbing problem. Leaks, clogs, breaks are all magnified when you have multitudes of people depending on the system to work. Here are a few common problems where you will need the help of industrial plumbing contractors.
- Leaks That Won’t Stop
- Mold & Mildew
- No Hot Water
- Pipes That Frequently Clog
- Foul Odors Coming From Sewers & Drains
- Clogged or Backed Up Toilets
Whether you’re a business owner or a landlord, you can’t afford to let these problems go for long. When you have an issue, it’s best to call for commercial plumbing services as soon as possible and get it fixed quickly.
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Do You Need To Replace Your Industrial Water Heater? Here’s How to Know
An industrial water heater can last 20 years or longer, but when they break down, it can be a disaster, especially in commercial applications where people depend on hot water. Here are signs that you may need to replace your water heater.
- Water Won’t Get Hot
- Frequent Leaks
- Sediment Buildup
If you’re unsure how to handle your industrial water heater problem, call an industrial plumbing contractor to help.